Margo Selby's new fabric design launches at the London Transport Museum Shop

Sep

16-24

2017

Sun-Tues 10am - 6.30pm, Fri 11am-7pm, Wed-Sat 10am – 7pm

Free Event

http://www.ltmuseumshop.co.uk

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Margo Selby will be launching her new ‘Motion’ fabric design at the London Transport Museum Shop. The bold jacquard design, available in fabric by the metre, cushions and tote bags, celebrates the relationship between Transport for London, graphic design and woven textiles over the past century.

Margo Selby will be launching her new fabric design "Motion" at the London Transport Museum Shop for the London Design Festival

The ‘Motion’ fabric design is a celebration of the relationship between Transport for London, graphic design and woven textiles over the past century. This bold, colourful jacquard fabric draws inspiration from TfL’s design heritage in particular the extensive archive of tube maps and posters, focusing on their clean, graphic, shapes and lines.

The fabric will be available to purchase from the museum shop as cushions and tote bags as well as fabric by the metre.

Alongside all the products which are being sold in the shop, Margo will also be exhibiting a selection of her hand-woven original framed works which informed the design development.

Margo Selby is the creative director of a design studio which specialises in woven textiles. Known for her graphic, geometric, woven patterns, Margo’s design philosophy is focused on the careful interpretation of her hand woven designs to create exceptional quality textile products with a design-led feel.

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Transport for London (TfL) is steeped in a history of innovative design which was built on the convictions of one man, Frank Pick whose energy and vision changed the face of transport in London and London itself during the 1920s and 30's.

Pick's original vision was that good, well-managed design can change the culture of and public perception of a business.

This vision in one that TfL upholds in its commitment to new design and new design innovation both within the London transport infrastructure and TfL's brand licensing programme.


 

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